This baronial parador, positioned on a hill within the perimeter walls of a medieval castle, has plush rooms, some with balconies and ocean views toward the Islas Cíes. The restaurant serves fine seafood; try the rodaballo con papaya y langostinos (turbot with papaya and prawns) or go for the bogavante azul a la parrilla (grilled blue lobster). A more casual tapas restaurant comes with blustery sea views; it serves high-quality seafood raciones that can be paired with local wines.
Nov 13, 2012
Definitely more expensive than necessary for the type of room we stayed in, but the views and the peninsula it sits on is stunning. We ate dinner there, which was also a bit overpriced for what we got, but it was still very enjoyable and the staff attentive.